Judith Hoag Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Judith Hoag net well worth: Judith Hoag can be an American celebrity who includes a net value of $4 mil. Judith Hoag was created in Newburyport, Massachusetts in June 1968. From 1989 to 1990 she starred as Melissa Shaw Elliott on the tv screen series Wolf. From 2006 to 2011 she had a continuing function as Cindy Cost in it series Big Like. Since 2012 Hoag provides starred as Tandy Hampton in the series Nashville. She starred as Apr O’Neil in the 1990 film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and in addition has starred in the movies A Matter of Levels, Cadillac Man, Armageddon, Traveling By, A Problem On Elm Road, I Am NUMBER 4, Hitchcock, Bad Words and phrases, and even more. Hoag in addition has appeared in shows of it series Spenser: For Hire, Quantum Step, Roseanne, Melrose Place, Murder, She Wrote, Walker, Tx Ranger, The Nanny, Mad About You, Nash Bridges, The X-Files, Handled by an Angel, Judging Amy, Boston Community, Six Foot Under, ER, With out a Track, Crossing Jordan, CSI: Criminal offense Scene Analysis, 7th Heaven, NYPD Blue, JAG, Bone fragments, Still Position, Ghost Whisperer, Grey’s Anatomy, Weeds, Castle, Grimm, and even more. Hoag in addition has starred as Gwen Cromwell Piper in the Disney Route Halloweentown Television film series.
Attended Walnut Hill School, as did Paige Turco, who portrayed the character April O'Neil in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (1991).
Began acting on stage at age 13.
Has two children, a son and a daughter.
Has studied acting with Diana Castle for several years.
[about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)] I got this movie while I was still shooting Cadillac Man (1990) and had to fly off to North Carolina on the weekends. Everyone wondered what kind of strange movie I was off doing. Only Robin [Robin Williams] had heard of the Ninja Turtles. He had collected all of the comic books and couldn't wait to see the movie. He brought his kids to the premiere and surprised me. The movie ended up being a big hit. I still have a hard time watching that movie . . . I was never satisfied with how it came out. It lost a lot of its soul. Elias Koteas, however, was brilliant.
I think commercials get a bad rap, that there's no creativity to them, but I haven't found that to be entirely true. The process of auditioning for them can be tedious but actually doing them can be really fun.
My advice to new actors is: Don't be lazy, Go after what you desire. Don't heed the commonplace advice that is meant to discourage you. If you want it go and get it. Be willing to work hard and be patient Be kind to yourself.
[about working in Bad City Blues (1999)] I'd been playing a lot of mothers and while I was a mother in this story as well, I got to rob banks, jump off of balconies and shoot guns . . . all while wearing leather!
This work is never boring. I can go from pretending to live one kind of life to another to another to another. It's like a big game of dress-up and make-believe. The longer I do this the more fun it gets and the freer I allow myself to be creatively.
I've shot eight [television pilots] so far. I am an optimist. I believe that one day I will do a pilot that will actually go!